2012 Summer Olympics: Sunday Preview

The USA Men's Basketball team goes for a second consecutive Olympic gold Sunday, the final day of competition at the London Games. Tipoff against Pau and Marc Gasol and Spain is scheduled for 10 am ET. It's a rematch of the 2008 gold medal game, in which the US pulled away late for a 118-107 victory.

Elsewhere, men's water polo wraps up with a gold medal match featuring Croatia and Italy. The US finished this morning with a 10-9 loss to Australia in a game for seventh and eighth places.

American wrestler Jake Varner, who wrestled collegiately at Iowa State, is into the Men's 96 kg Freestyle gold medal match, where he'll take on Valerii Andriitsev of the Ukraine.

The US clinched a win in the overall medal count over China with just one day left. A full medal count can be found here.

As has been the case this fortnight, NBC will stream all events live on their Olympic site, but you must have cable/satellite access and user information to have access to those streams. Otherwise, NBC will broadcast the various events remaining today across their family of networks.

For the last day of Olympics news, stick with this StoryStream, or head over to SBNation's Olympics hub.

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